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Date: 2012-11-29
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Samsung takes aim at Japanese rivals with Android camera
US-SAMSUNG-CAMERAS:Samsung takes aim at Japanese rivals with Android camera
By Miyoung Kim

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung Electronics Co is taking aim at its Japanese rivals with an Android-powered digital camera that allows users to swiftly and wirelessly upload pictures to social networking sites.

The Gala...


At White House, CEOs offer support for higher tax rates
US-USA-FISCAL-OBAMA-CEOS:At White House, CEOs offer support for higher tax rates
By Jeff Mason and Pedro da Costa

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Chief executives from corporations such as Goldman Sachs and Deloitte LLP met with President Barack Obama on Wednesday and offered support for resolving U.S. fiscal problems with an approach that included higher tax rates for wealthy ...


Amazon's cloud chief targets "old guard" tech giants
US-AMAZON-CLOUD-ENTERPRISE:Amazon's cloud chief targets "old guard" tech giants
By Alistair Barr

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's cloud computing division is going after big corporate customers, a new focus that will put the fast-growing unit into direct competition with some of the world's largest technology companies.

Andy Jassy, ...


Obama takes "fiscal cliff" battle to Twitter
US-USA-FISCAL-TWITTER:Obama takes "fiscal cliff" battle to Twitter
By Alina Selyukh

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama opened a new front on Wednesday in the battle between Democrats and Republicans over the best way to avoid the year-end "fiscal cliff" - Twitter.

The web-savvy Obama administration launched a social media ...


Workday foresees strong Q4, shares climb
US-WORKDAY-RESULTS:Workday foresees strong Q4, shares climb
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Workday Inc <WDAY.N> forecast better-than-anticipated quarterly revenue growth as the provider of Internet-based corporate software accelerates the growth of its widening client portfolio, helping drive a gain of 4 percent in its shares.

Workday, which sells...


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